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Donna Wallace is seen outside Cecilie Bahnsen during Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)
Donna Wallace is seen outside Cecilie Bahnsen during Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)
  • 2020 has kept us indoors for most of its duration, even putting fashion shows on a hiatus as early as March.
  • The fashion industry has since innovated its showcase model, but the traditional runway is making a gradual comeback in various parts of the world, and the world is shopping again.
  • We gave you Spring/Summer 2020 trend predictions before and now we're showing you where to shop them - from Selfi to MRP to LeeBex Fashion, there's something for everyone. 


Remember when we predicted that 2020 could be the year of controversial fashion trends? Well, it turns out that the trends have been mostly harmless, and the controversy around 2020 has actually been about... everything else. 

READ MORE: Could 2020 be the year of 'controversial' fashion trends SA isn't quite ready for yet?  

In this article, it was also said that; "gone are the days of brazenly churning out 'shopping advice' to fashion audiences on a weekly or even monthly basis - the economy is bad, and personally, I no longer feel compelled to feed the capitalist machine. Besides, slow fashion is better for the environment anyway."

"Now, trend forecasts are no longer received as sartorial dogma, but rather as references and inspiration," I added. 

We gave you some much-needed Spring/Summer 2020 inspo - trend by trend - in a previous W24 article, now you get to shop them based on our top picks. 

But first, let's take a look at the results from our recent poll where we asked which fashion/beauty items you've shopped the least this year due to the lockdown. 

These were the results from our 271 respondents:

Shoes - 27% 

Makeup - 19%

Wigs - 15% 

Special occasion wear - 18% 

Office wear - 20%  

So seeing as the appetite for fancy frocks and frills was not too badly affected by the pandemic, we've picked a few standout items to shop for those upcoming intimate spring/summer birthday soirees with a 10-person guest list.  

And don't forget your mask!

Fine prints 

Stripes, paisley, tie-dye and of course... florals continue to be "groundbreaking" every spring.  

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 12: A model walks the

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 12: A model walks the
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 11: A model walks the
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 11: A model walks the

Shop: 

Floral trapeze dress, R249.99 at MRP   

spring trends to shop

Green jumpsuit, sizes 34 - 50, R599 from LeeBex Fashion  

Burnout print skivvy, R499.00 at Witchery 

spring 2020 trends to shop

Black flower pleat mask, R49 at Jo Borkett 

spring trends to shop

Lyker allover dress, R1499 at G-Star Raw 

spring 2020 trends

Who's hue in the zoo? 

Head-to-toe lilac and green looks will soon take over the concrete jungle. 

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 11: A model walks the
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COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 11: A model walks the

Shop: 

Glory wide leg pants, R799 at Poetry  

spring 2020 trends to shop

Flat slingback shoes, R499 at Zara 

spring trends to shop

Ruched sleeve top, R699 at Mango 

spring trends 2020

READ MORE: Local fashion visionary behind Tshepo Jeans joins forces with Woolworths on limited edition tee

Say it in a (text)ure 

... and make it dramatic. 

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COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 11: A model walks the

Shop:  

Sequin adult face mask, R199 on Takealot 

spring trends to shop

Frill poplin top, R1099 at Zara  

spring trends to shop

Ruffle dress, R1499 at Jo Borkett  

spring trends to shop in 2020

Home is where the heart is

... but outside is where the mind is, am I right?

Cottagecore is the wholesome social media trend most likely popularised now by all our time at home this year. Dressing like you bake sourdough bread for Sunday picnics is en vogue right now. 

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 12: A model walks the
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 11: A model walks the
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 10: A model walks the

Shop: 

Winslow floral tiered dress, R999 at Poetry 

spring 2020 trends to shop

Dungaree jumpsuit, R1200 at Selfi  

spring trends to shop in 2020

Lintell high dad jeans, R2499 at G-Star Raw 

spring 2020 trends to shop

READ MORE: Cottagecore - The nostalgia trend that's spreading online, and how the local enthusiast might look 

Power, but no puff  

While office wear took a backseat this year, blazers seem to be taking center stage for street style ensembles. 

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 11: A model poses on
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 11: A model walks the

Shop: 

Darted organically grown linen blazer, R2299 at Country Road  

spring trends to shop

Pair it with this reusable homologated facemask from Mango, R299 

spring trends to shop

Off white blazer, R1099 at Zara 

spring trends to shop

All images: Getty and brands featured in article.


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